BEST WESTERN PLUS Salinas Valley Inn & Suites
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5 days of dirt down the drain....... and the charging of electronics, lots and lots of electronics.
Sad to say but everything was dead and there wasn't enough spaces in the power strip to charge them all at once. That's sad we have so many devices taking up ...
... their twins boys & ours had a fun time chatting, running around like boys do & eating ice cream with massive cones with chocolate & marshmallows on the top. We are going to keep in touch & hope it isn't too long till they plan a trip to the UK! The following day we drove to Carmel, Pebble Beach & 17 mile drive. We stopped at the Lone Cypress also there was a bunch of young 20 something female Japanese tourists. They lingered around as Robert ...
... has run out of plan and not worth renewing for only a few more days. We heard of some great viewing spots for photos of San Fran at night. Rich and Julie ..take note..our camera did not do the view justice..but I am sure yours will...I want some stitch photos from the stitch queen! First stop...go across Bay Bridge and at end turn left onto Treasure Island (Yerba Buena...old name for San Fran). Great view of Bay ...
... it all, so we were glad we remembered to order small. After dinner, we headed off back to our hotel. It had been a long day and we had done so much. It was hard to believe that we started this day with a hike in the mountains of Yosemite, and now here we are in Monterey. Sam and I decided we were going to get up for sunrise. This hotel was on the beach so we just had to stroll across from our room. As usual, we were all in bed by 9.00pm, exhausted but ...
... on the row, followed by some more shopping and sightseeing. You can definitely see why this seaside town is a popular getaway spot. Tomorrow we're on the road again as we hit the stretch of highway known as the Big Sur. Nic has also booked a tour through the famous Hearst Castle. Twists, turns, cliffs and castles - all ahead of us as we make our way to Santa ...